«Landscapes of old Moscow. Watercolor»

Exhibition August 29 − October 14, 2018
The school of watercolor by Sergey Andriyaki invites all Muscovites and guests of the capital on a fascinating journey through the streets of Moscow in the 18th – early 20th centuries as part of the exhibition «Landscapes of old Moscow. Watercolor» from the collection of the State Historical Museum, and find out what was the appearance of the capital in those days.

Visitors will be able to see the view of the Tverskaya Gate towards the 18th century St. Petersburg Road or the Resurrection Gate of Kitay-Gorod during the celebration of the coronation of Emperor Alexander II and Empress Maria Alexandrovna. Walking through the exhibition, you can trace the changes in the appearance of the city. Many architectural objects have not survived to this day. And the more interesting and exciting it becomes a walk through the exhibition.

The exhibition will feature more than 100 works performed in graphic techniques. The collection includes the work of almost all the masters of the city landscape ever working in Moscow.

The school of watercolor by Sergey Andriyaki thanks the State Historical Museum in facilitating the organization and holding of a unique exhibition.